2022 ARPC Terrorism Risk and Insurance Seminar

2022 ARPC Terrorism Risk and Insurance Seminar

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Parliament of New South Wales

6 Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000


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The latest trends in terrorism thought research, insurance and mitigation

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Join us for this year's Terrorism Risk and Insurance Seminar at NSW Parliament House.

You can register to attend the event in person which includes morning tea and lunch (limited tickets available so be quick!) or you can register for the online livestreamed event.


  • The features, benefits and uses of Standards Australia’s Base-building physical security handbook — Terrorism and extreme violence (HB-188).

ARPC was the project proponent (sponsor) for HB 188. The Handbook was published in December last year.

Speaker: Dr Kevin J. Foster MIEAust CPEng; Engineers Australia Representative – Standards Australia Committee MB-025 (Security and Resilience) and Joint Drafting Leader, Standards Australia Handbook 188.

  • Terrorism and violent protests: Where do these disruptive events meet?

ARPC has an agreement with the University of Queensland to produce a series of research papers on terrorism-related subjects. This is the first paper completed by UQ in the series and speaks to trends emerging against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Speaker: Professor Paula Jarzabkowski, Professor of Strategic Management at University of Queensland Business School.


  • Please register using a company (not personal) email address.
  • ARPC reserves the right to decline registrations.

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